Summary: Catherine Jensen is a promoted homicide detective who seeks the help Thomas Schaeffer, a forensic psychologist to track down serial killers.
Run time: 42 minutes
Creator: Glen Morgan
Main Cast: Chloë Sevigny, James D’Arcy, James Morrison, Bruce Davison, Omid Abtahi, Kerry O’Malley, David Dale McCue
Season 1 Recap
A great drama that revolves around serial killers, people who have no pattern and are too difficult to track down. You need to be very unique in order to catch a serial killer, someone that truly understand the dark mind that he possesses.
Monica Albreath was beaten to death, her body was found in a dumpster, the police are trying to find the killer. Catherine is not allowed to work on cases until her name clears out from the previous. She contacts Schaeffer, ironically another no-go.
Thomas is pushed to research Catherine’s allegations further after she uses the investigation of the two victims.
Catherine wants to find out more about her grandfather, she also uses Thomas’ profile and edges closer to the killer. Thomas and John discuss the ways to enter the killers mind.
Thomas stops working on active cases, that prompts Catherine to investigate his past, leading her to some unusual information about his family’s past. Catherine takes Thomas to the place that haunts her, the place from where she has traumas that still haunt her. Catherine distracts herself by taking on another case. The killer invades another family, Thomas’ profile makes Catherine to take on an unlikely role. Thomas starts obsessing about a letter that takes his career and family into a big threat. Catherine suffers a sudden personal loss, subsequently she decides to put her past behind her.
Catherine has a lot of difficulty handling the death of her mother, Thomas reaches out to her in order to help her. Meanwhile a sadistic killer continues to abduct couples.
Catherine abandons Molbeck and gets attacked by the killer, Thomas and Bisgard to their best to keep her from going off the rails. The finale has Catherine and Thomas facing their greatest foes.